As you can see, mysql exists only in the /etc/init.d directory and not in /etc/rcN.d, therefore it shouldn't start on boot.
$ sudo find /etc -regex ".*\(rc.*d\|init\.d\).*" | sudo grep "mysql" | sort
MySQL is started by upstart. You can find the configuration file at /etc/init/mysql.conf
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2 years ago